Pauline Micallef / LinkedIn post

Pauline Micallef, CEO at MaritimeMT, on Wednesday shared that she visited the Convent of the Sacred Heart School, the school that instilled in her the values of integrity, discipline, and the pursuit of truth, while also evoking sweet memories of her childhood.

“After 19 years, this morning I went back to where it all began,” she wrote on LinkedIn.

Ms Micallef recalled that stepping through those doors brought back “11 amazing years of memories.”

She attributed the reason behind her visit to a presentation as part of the “She Can” campaign, which aims to promote women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

A young Ms Micallef at the Convent of the Sacred Heart School / LinkedIn

Ms Micallef is an experienced finance expert and lecturer, and has been serving as CEO at MaritimeMT for the past three years.

She describes the trip down memory lane as being very heartwarming and positive.

“Explaining the opportunities for women within the maritime industry is something I am very motivated to do, and nothing gives me greater pleasure than to do that at Sacred Heart,” she stated.

In February, the University of Malta launched a She Can exhibition in Parliament, as part of the ongoing campaign. This featured 26 women from different fields of marine and maritime, sustainability, smart solutions, digital technologies as well as health and well-being.  

Ms Micallef thanked the campaign for the opportunity to present her journey and many former and current teachers for the “warm welcome.”

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MartimeMT CEO Pauline Micalled / LinkedIn

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